Google Will Say Goodbye To Chrome Apps From March This Year


Google Will Say Goodbye To Chrome Apps From March This Year Google has announced that it will begin withdrawing access to the Chrome app from the Windows, macOS and Linux platforms from this year. The Chrome Web Store will cease access to new Chrome apps from March this year. However, developers will have the option that they can upgrade their existing apps by June 2022. The company has given this information in a blog post. Behind this, Google has informed that it is underutilized by primary region users to take this decision. Google has announced that it will begin withdrawing access to the Chrome app from the Windows, macOS and Linux platforms from this year. The Chrome Web Store will cease access to new Chrome apps from March this year. However, developers will have the option that they can upgrade their existing apps by June 2022. The company has given this information in a blog post. Behind this, Google has informed that it is underutilized by primary region users to take this decision. According to the timeline provided by Google, the Chrome Web Store will not accept new Chrome apps from March. The company will also support Chrome Apps for Windows, macOS and Linux from June this year. However, Chrome Enterprise and Chrome Education users can upgrade this policy by December. Chrome OS users will get support of Chrome app by June 2021. In addition, support for NaCI, PNaCI, and PPAPI APIs will also be available until June next year. Apart from this, the support of Google Chrome apps will be discontinued by June 2022 for all users of Chrome OS. The company has informed in a blog post that Google will continue to support and invest in Chrome extensions on all platforms. Previously a messenger named ToTok, which had been in controversy for spying on the app for United Arab Emirates, has once again become available for download in the Google Play Store. According to some online reports, ToTok co-creator Giacomo Ziani released a video a week ago where he had requested to re-enter ToTok on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and now it is for espionage The controversy-ridden app is available for download on the Google Play Store. However, this app is not available in the Apple App Store.

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